The Civil Law in Spain and Spanish-America

The Civil Law in Spain and Spanish-America

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Walton, Clifford Stevens. The Civil Law in Spain and Spanish America. Including Cuba, Puerto Rico and Philippine Islands, and the Spanish Civil Code in force, annotated and with references to the Civil Codes of Mexico, Central and South America, With A History of all the Spanish Codes, and Summary of Canonical Laws, of the Principal Fueros, Ordenamientos, Councils and Ordenanzas of Spain from the Earliest Times to the Twentieth Century, including the Spanish, Mexican, Cuban and Puerto Rican Autonomical Constitutions, and a History of the Laws of the Indies. Washington, D.C.: W.H. Lowdermilk a Co., 1900. xix, 672 pp. Reprinted 2003 by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. LCCN 2002025945. ISBN 1-58477-245-X. Cloth. $110. * Spain has an extraordinarily rich legal history, one that reflects Roman, Gothic, Arabic, Papal, Holy Roman and French influences. It is equally notable for its innovative and progressive nature. It was the first nation to produce a published commercial code. Aragon possessed and exercised a writ of habeas corpus during the medieval era. Medieval Spanish law witnessed the invention of democratic principles that would form the basis of the Republic of Iceland, the Magna Charta and the American Declaration of Independence. And as the first great colonial power, Spain exported its legal ideas to the New World. This had a profound influence on the history of most Latin American nations and the Philippines. The study of Spanish and Spanish-influenced law has much to offer the student of legal history. Walton facilitates this study through lucid historical introductions, notes and translations of rare source materials.island shall ask for a postponement of the debate until the home Government shall have given its opinion. ... All differences of jurisdiction between the several municipal, provincial, and insular assemblies, or between any of them and the executive, which by their ... on provincial, municipal, or judicial apportionment; on public health, by land or sea, and on public credit, banks, and the monetary system.

Title:The Civil Law in Spain and Spanish-America
Author: Clifford Stevens Walton
Publisher:The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. - 2003-01-01

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